Tag Archives : Sheenah Hankin

Emotional Health

The Everyday Terrorists

By Sheenah Hankin
In my office I deal with terrorists every day. Their weaponry is words. They don’t torture me but daily commit cruel verbal attacks on others. “He won’t talk to me,” she complained. “I tell him what a lousy husband he is, how he expects me to do everything. Then he explodes and calls me a nagging bitch.” “So you do…
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Emotional Health

Susan Cheever: Are We All Addicts?

By Sheenah Hankin
Depending on Addiction After a fine lunch at the Dutch Treat Club in New York, attending members put down their wine glasses and turned to listen to the writer Susan Cheever tell us about her new book Desire: Where Sex Meets Addiction, a human feeling she finds overwhelming and sees as an addiction. “All humans are addicts,” she claimed without…
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Books · Money & Careers

Great Advice for Hard Times

By Elizabeth Hemmerdinger
I want to share this short survival guide for a tanking economy.  It’s written by Sheenah Hankin, sometimes called “the shrink of last resort.”  Perhaps you’ve heard her on radio or TV, where she is always insightful and funny almost beyond measure. I wouldn’t try to explain Sheenah’s point of view, she’s done it herself a marvelous book called “Complete…
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